I have a 15 month old baby boy who eats more than I do. He eat almost seven full meals a day, plus several bottles. He poops out whatever he ate within 30 minutes. He is CONSTANTLY hungry, not just a "healthy appetite." He has between 8 and ten bowel movements a day. They usually contain undigested food that he just ate prior. His hands shake while he waits for his food. He is really small for his age. Below the 8th percentile for weight and height. I feed him REALLY healthy. No processed food or junk or sugary food. I don't know what is going on with him, although his grandfather did have graves disease.Reply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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